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post #11 of 20
agreed. i think tsm106 is talking about this one.

what about fans for the tripple rad?
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Ok, thanks for the reservoir advice. The pump fits inside there, right?

I have 3 R4s. I'm working on a $636 budget, subtract $42 for shipping = $594.
With the new res, the cart is $528. 594-528=$66. I gots 66 more to spend on fans, if it's necessary. Or any other improvements, for that matter .
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I'd suggest a kill coil as well if they sell em.. whatever you do, DONT get any uv dyes. That will instantly void the ek blocks warranty :/
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Btw, Primoflex hose kits are $16.25 from Amazon if you have Prime shipping. I'd get some 90deg or 45deg fittings and some spacer adapters too, oh and some kind of TIM, shin etsu or MX3 etc.
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Alright. I'll probably buy 2 90 and 2 45.
Last question: Can I fit 2 radiators internally? a 360 and a 240? Because that's what I was hoping for. If not, what kind of modding would be involved?
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I'd suggest a kill coil as well if they sell em.. whatever you do, DONT get any uv dyes. That will instantly void the ek blocks warranty :/
reading is hard.

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Got both already. Do you think I need a new kill coil? I've had mine for about a month.
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yep, reading is hard.. im a TL;DR type person ^^
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Alright. I'll probably buy 2 90 and 2 45.
Last question: Can I fit 2 radiators internally? a 360 and a 240? Because that's what I was hoping for. If not, what kind of modding would be involved?
You can fit a 240 on the bottom with some modding. Search around and you'll see plenty of examples of 700D/800D's with 240's on the bottom. You'll have to remove the bottom drive cage and cut some holes. Hope you got a holesaw.

I used a 120 myself cuz I didn't wanna cut stuff, too lazy lol. I stuck the 120 where the 140mm fan is.
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You can fit a 240 on the bottom with some modding. Search around and you'll see plenty of examples of 700D/800D's with 240's on the bottom. You'll have to remove the bottom drive cage and cut some holes. Hope you got a holesaw.

I used a 120 myself cuz I didn't wanna cut stuff, too lazy lol. I stuck the 120 where the 140mm fan is.
Ok, cool. I looked around, found that people just take out the second hard drive cage (the one at the bottom). 4 rivets shouldn't be too hard.
Thanks for all your guys's help!
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Ok, cool. I looked around, found that people just take out the second hard drive cage (the one at the bottom). 4 rivets shouldn't be too hard.
Thanks for all your guys's help!
You also have to cut a hole in the side of the case for radiator exhaust. If you just configure the bottom 240 as intake and the top 360 as exhaust you'll be re-using air, which will make the top radiator useless. This is because once air has passed through a radiator once, it is too warm to cool any more radiators.

Just something to keep in mind.
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